Bahamian-United States relations
Following the death of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile and the shooting of white police officers in Dallas, Texas, The Bahamas issues a rare travel warning for its citizens traveling to the United States.
The Bahamas issues a rare travel advisory for its citizens visiting the US, recommending particular care for young men in cities affected by tensions over police shootings.
Eleven police officers are shot, with five dying of gunshot wounds in Dallas, Texas during a protest against two black men killed within a day of each other. Police kill the shooter with a bomb delivered on a bomb defusing robot. 2016-07-7 (Context: Dallas, Texas, the shooting of Dallas police officers)
The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain issue a travel warning for their citizens heading to American cities where protests are occurring following ethnic tensions in the country. This comes after The Bahamas issued its own travel warning yesterday, after the shooting of Dallas police officers. 2016-07-10 (Context: United States, northwestern Bahamas, the shooting of Dallas police officers)
The first person who was diagnosed with ebola in the United States, Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian man, dies in Dallas, Texas. 2014-10-8 (Context: Dallas, Texas, United States)
The United States commemorates the 50th anniversary of the day when John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. 2013-11-22 (Context: Dallas, Texas, United States)
Robert Kaplan, head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, says that low bond yields suggest sluggish growth ahead for the economy of the United States. 2017-06-20 (Context: Dallas, United States)